Who Cares!

“Who Cares?”

The historical success of the divide and conquer strategy

So many times in the last 30 days, I have  held my breath as the US  teetered on the brink of huge disasters.   I have been astonished at the lack of attention these events have gained in the lame-stream media. Until today. Today,  I had that forehead smacking moment about why. Today, I got it.

The most successful strategy  in the world for  those who pull the strings of this world is to divide us.  Keep people  from communicating with each other and that keeps them from forming  consensus about anything, especially anything  against the string pullers. Divide by state, race, religion, region, politics, economic status, etc., etc.; the list is endless.

Once you begin to look through this filter,  you begin to see the logical reasons why there is nothing in the news about the entire state of New Mexico being under an official state of emergency; Nothing about the fact that the Cooper Nuclear Power plant was 8 inches of flood water away from having to shut down, and little of the Los Alamos Lab fire nuclear threat (and now flood threat).

Nothing that makes a “we” out of us.

It’s happening to someone else, so who cares!

Watch for it. It’s everywhere.

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  1. #1 by lightenup on July 29, 2011 - 12:34 pm

    In looking for an image for this, I came across an entry from leavergirl here: http://leavingbabylon.wordpress.com/2011/06/09/divide-and-conquer/ that was really memorable for this:

    “The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things. Things left unspoken for too long; disturbing, difficult things. The time has come to unify across all social divides: economic, religious, dietary, ideological, ethnic, gender, parties, and any others the system so eagerly churns out. Enough already! Let us get away from the habit of harping on our differences, extremely annoying though they often are, and focus on the one key lever of change: unity. Only unity can disable and render null and void the millennia-old strategy of ‘divide and rule.”

    Are you sick and tired of being conquered yet? Well, are you?/

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